A car whose day has come - and gone
Routine maintenance only for a used car.
These cars are made like they were in the 60's and 70's, huge, floaty, fast (in a straight line only), and horrible on gas. The Roadmaster is terribly ugly - or unique - depending on your point of view. If I close my eyes I am in my dad's 1970 Chrysler Newport. The guy who said they blow away any import on the road - true, as long as you don't have to take a corner.
Back seat room is terrible and hard to understand for a car this size. A little less trunk and more leg-room please.
They look better without the vinyl roof - I will never understand that half-vinyl roof thing? Why is that so popular in North America? Never seen a Mercedes or a Jag or a BMW with a half a pool liner on the roof. ruins the lines of the car.
Time will tell, but I don't see these being hugely collectible in the future - I imagine most of them will get cannibalized for the Chevy 350 LT1 engines.
In this day and age, vehicles like this don't make any sense from a performance or gas consumption point of view. These dinosaurs had to die.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Don't Know
Review Date: 13th September, 2007